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Full text of "1969 Annual exhibition of contemporary American painting."

Whitney Museum of American Art 



1969 Annual Exhibition 



Painting 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



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1969 Annual Exhibition 
Contemporary American Painting 
December 16, 1969- February 1, 1970 



Whitney Museum of American Art 
945 Madison Avenue, New York 




Helen Frankenthaler Chatham Light 



Foreword 

The Whitney Museum's Annual Exhibitions of 
Contemporary American Art have been held, in one 
form or another, since 1932. Work is selected by 
the Museum's staff and is invited, not juried. Follow- 
ing a tradition established by Gertrude Vanderbilt 
Whitney when the Museum was founded, no prizes 
are given; instead, a number of works are usually 
purchased from each Annual for the Museum's 
permanent collection. Today the exhibitions are de- 
voted to painting and to sculpture in alternate years. 

The purpose of the Annuals has always been to 
survey the current state of American art. Hence only 
recent works are shown. Hence, too, the geographi- 
cal coverage is as wide as the Museum can make it. 
Aided by a Ford Foundation grant, the Museum's 
curators travel extensively to search out the most 
interesting paintings and sculpture being produced 
in various parts of the country. 

But it has become more apparent every year that 
an exhibition of this size can no longer even approxi- 
mate a cross section of the creative trends of the 
moment. The growing number of serious artists, the 
growing size of their works, and the growing tendency 
of both painting and sculpture to escape their tradi- 
tionally self-contained limits and become events in 
the environment — all militate against the possibility 
of a "fair" survey. Increasingly we have elected to 
concentrate (insofar as we are physically able) on 
presenting those new directions which seem to us 
to be generating the most creative excitement, as well 
as representing those established artists whose work 
has deepened, grown or changed in ways that con- 
tribute more than a repetition of past success to the 
development of our contemporary art. 

John I. H. Baur, Director 



Cover: CyTwombly Untitled 



Whitney Museum of American Art 

Trustees 

Flora Whitney Miller, Chairman 

David M. Solinger, President 

Flora Miller Irving, Vice President 

Alan H. Temple, Secretary and Treasurer 

Arthur G.AItschul 

John I. H. Baur 

Armand G. Erpf 

B. H. Friedman 

Lloyd Goodrich 

W. Barklie Henry 

Mrs. Frederick W. Hi lies 

Michael H. Irving 

Howard W. Lipman 

G. Macculloch Miller 

Mrs. Laurance S. Rockefeller 

Robert W. Sarnoff 

Benno C. Schmidt 

William M.White, Jr. 

Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney 

Mrs. John Hay Whitney 

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, Founder 
Stephen E. Weil, Assistant Secretary 

Museum Staff 

John I. H. Baur, Director 

Lloyd Goodrich, Advisory Director 

Stephen E. Weil, Administrator 

Robert M. Doty. Curator 

Margaret McKellar, Executive Secretary and Registrar 

James K. Monte, Associate Curator 

Marcia Tucker, Associate Curator 

Libby W. Seaberg, Librarian 

David Hupert, Head, Education Department 

Leon Levine, Public Relations 

Margaret M. Watherston, Conservator 

Wilbur C. Ashman, Controller 
Althea Borden, Personnel Supervisor 
Sally J'. Kuhn, Executive Secretary 
Friends of the Whitney Museum 
Doris Wilk Pa lea, Sales & Information 
Marie Appleton 

John Murray, Building Manager 
John E. Martin, Head Preparator 
Robert F. Clark, Chief Security Officer 




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William T. Wiley Painter Baffles and Excess in California 



Dimensions are in inches, height precedes width. All 
works in the exhibition were done 1968-1969. All ad- 
dresses are in New York City unless otherwise noted. 
The number in parentheses following the artist's address 
indicates his dealer as listed under "Galleries" immedi- 
ately following this catalogue of the exhibition. Most of 
the works in the exhibition are for sale. For prices and 
information inquire at the Information Desk. 



THOMAS AKAWIE b. 1935 
1718 9th St., Berkeley, Cal. 
Number 1 Acrylic on masonite 90 x 48 
Lent by John 0. Merrill 

WILLIAM ALLAN b. 1936 

327 Melrose Ave., Mill Valley, Cal. 

Self Improvement Acrylic on canvas 90 x 114 

NEIL R. ANDERSON, b. 1933 
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. 
Painting Acrylic and latex on canvas 84 x 84 

RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ b. 1930 
76 Chestnut St., Englewood, N.J. (24) 
Sun Steps Acrylic on canvas 90x162 

EDWARD AVEDISIAN b. 1936 

352 W. 21 St. (12,41) 

A Gift from a Cactus Acrylic on canvas 71 x 120 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Robinson, Jr. 

JOBAER b. 1929 

53 E. lOSt. (18) 

Tiered Horizontals Aluminum (Diptych) 

Oil with lucite, aluminum on canvas 2 panels, 

132x84 

MALCOLM BAILEY b. 1947 

270 St. Nicholas Ave. 

Hold (separate but equal) 

Acrylic, enamel, watercolor, blair matte fixative, 

hyplar varnish on masonite 84x48 

JOHN BALDESSARI b. 1931 

1120 E. 1st St., National City, Cal. (3, 14) 

A Painting by Pat Perdue 

Acrylic and oil on canvas 59 x 45 

DARBY BANNARD b. 1931 

111 Madison St., Princeton, N.J. (8) 

Yellow Rose No. 12 Alkyd resin on canvas 66 x 99 

Lent by William Aquavella, courtesy Tibor de Nagy 

Gallery 






10 JACK BEAL b. 1931 
101 Prince St. (17) 

Table No. 10 Oi I on canvas 68 x 64 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Groo 

11 ROMARE BEARDEN b. 1914 
357 Canal St. (7) 

Interior with Profiles Collage on panel 44 x 56 

12 ROBERT BEAUCHAMP b. 1923 
576 Sixth Ave. (19) 

Sprinter on Green Ground Oil on canvas 66 x 144 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. William Janss. 

13 LYNDA BENGLIS b. 1941 
328 E. 9 St. 

Bullitt Pigment, polyurethane 96 x 48 
Lent by Private Collection 

14 BILLY AL BENGSTON b. 1934 
110 Mildred Ave., Venice, Cal. 

Del Mar Dracula Oil on canvas 35x35 

15 JAKE BERTHOT b. 1939 
66 Grand St. 

Pennsylvania Road Trip Acrylic on canvas 72 x 168 

16 NATVAR BHAVSAR b. 1934 
21 Howard St. 

Faalguna Acrylic on canvas 81V2X192 

17 ISABEL BISHOP b. 1902 
857 Broadway (29) 
Walking Oil on canvas 32 x 40 

18 GARY BOWER b. 1940 
49 Crosby St. (21) 

'Night Ralphie Acrylic on canvas 92x135 

19 LYNN BOWERS b. 1932 
281 Grand St. 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 48x56 

20 FRANK BOWLING b. 1936 
535 Broadway 

Dan Johnson's Surprise Acrylic on canvas 1 16 x 104 



21 MARVIN BROWN b. 1943 
171 Spring St. 

Phase Acrylic on canvas 29x84 

22 DAVID BUDD b. 1927 
333 Park Ave. So. (18) 
Anti-Sender Oil on canvas 42x84 

23 WALTER CADE III b. 1936 
172-03 1 19 Ave., Jamaica, N.Y. 
Untitled Acrylic on canvas 49 x 14 

24 LAWRENCE CALCAGNO b. 1916 
215 Bowery 

Toward the Sea Series: Silent Blue 1969 
Oil and acrylic on canvas 84 x 98 

25 DANCHRISTENSEN b. 1942 
4 Great Jones St. (13) 

Dolphin Blue Enamel on canvas 80 x 100 

26 JOHN CLEM CLARKE b. 1937 
6RivingtonSt. (21) 

Judgement of Paris IV Oil on canvas 85 x 138 

27 CHUCK CLOSE b. 1940 
27 Greene St. (4) 

Richard Acrylic on canvas 108x84 

28 RON COOPER b. 1943 

1359 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, Cal. (1) 
Untitled Polyster resin 88x88 

29 ALAN COTE b. 1937 
321 Greenwich St. (34) 

Sparrow Run Acrylic on canvas 132x84 

30 NASSOS DAPHNIS b. 1914 
400 W. 23 St. (5) 

11-69 Epoxy on canvas 96x96 

31 ALAN D'ARCANGELO b. 1930 
76 W. 69 St. (28) 

Landscape Acrylic on canvas 54x48 



32 GENE DAVIS b. 1920 

2480 16th St., Washington, D.C. (15) 
Untitled Acrylic on canvas 68x94V2 

33 RON DAVIS b. 1937 

3650 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, Cal. (5) 
Plinth Polyester resin and fiberglas 18x66 
Lent by Frank Stella, courtesy Leo Castelli Gallery 

34 PETER DECHAR b. 1942 
101 Prince St. (7, 22) 
Untitled Oil on canvas 52 x 72 

35 ROY DEFOREST b. 1930 
University of California, Davis, Cal. 
Bovine Park Acrylic on canvas 66x66 

36 WILLEM DE KOONING b. 1904 
Springs, East Hampton, N.Y. (26) 
Montauk I Oil on canvas 77x88 

37 DAVID DIAO b. 1943 
305 Canal St. (6) 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 87 x 157 
Lent by the artist and Paula Cooper 

38 RICHARD DIEBENKORN b. 1922 
234 Amalfi Dr., Santa Monica, Cal. (33) 
Ocean Park Number 21 Oil on canvas 93x81V2 

39 ROBERT DURAN b. 1938 
431 Broome St. (4) 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 84 x 120 



40 JIMMY ERNST b. 1920 

891 Ponus Ridge Rd., New Canaan, Conn. (2) 
Four Oil and acrylic on canvas 40 x 66 

41 MANNY FARBER b. 1917 
284 Hudson St. 

Untitled Acrylic on paper 75 x 144 



42 LLYNN FOULKES b. 1934 

6010 Eucalyptus Lane, Los Angeles, Cal. (40) 
Portrait of Leo Gorcey Oil and acrylic on canvas 
108x65 

43 SAM FRANCIS b. 1923 

345 W. Channel Rd., Santa Monica, Cal. (13) 
White Line Acrylic on canvas 120 1 /2x72 1 /4 

44 HELEN FRANKENTHALER b. 1928 
173 E. 94 St. (13) 

Chatham Light Acrylic on canvas 105x94 

45 PAUL GEORGES b. 1923 
Sagaponack, N.Y. (10) 

Return of the Muse Oil on canvas 120x240 

46 SAM GILLIAM b. 1933 

1752 Lamont St., Washington, D. C. (25, 39) 
Carousel Form IV Acrylic on canvas 120x900 

47 JOE GOODE b. 1937 

1159 S.Haywood, Los Angeles, Cal. (27,43) 
Untitled Oil on canvas 36 x 36 

48 SIDNEY GOODMAN b. 1936 

223 Harrison Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. (9) 
Gas Tank Oil on canvas 46 l A x 71 

49 ADOLPH GOTTLIEB b. 1903 
190 Bowery (28) 

Open Acrylic on canvas 84x120 

50 JOSE GUERRERO b. 1914 
406 W. 20 St. 

Cresciente Oil on canvas 67x55 

51 ALLAN HACKLIN b. 1943 
462 Broome St. (32) 

Harold's Mandible Acrylic on canvas 84x84 

52 CAROL HAERER b. 1933 
Bennington College, Bennington, Vt. 

For Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Light 
Acrylic on canvas 90 x 96 



53 MIKE HEIZER b. 1944 
79 Mercer St. (11) 

Dye-Chemical Dispersal Dye-Chemical 107x107 

54 AL HELD b. 1928 

435 West Broadway (13) 

Eusopus I Acrylic on canvas 114x144 

55 CHARLES HINMAN b. 1933 
2 Spring St. 

Horizontal Movement Acrylic on canvas 
59xl58xl7V4 

56 TOM HOLLAND b. 1936 
lmCragmontSt., Berkeley, Cal. (43) 

Untitled, Malibu Series Epoxy on fiberglas 72x132 
Lent by Charles Cowles 

57 GARY HUDSON b. 1936 
341 Kolmar, LaJolla.Cal. 

Red Rip Acrylic on canvas 84x84 

58 RALPH HUMPHREY b. 1932 
345 W. 88 St. (4) 

Drango Acrylic and acrylic day-glo on canvas 

132x150 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. H. Macklowe, 

courtesy Bykert Gallery 

59 ROBERT HUOT b. 1935 
104 Franklin St. (6) 

Piece to be Realized on or about December 1 6th 

variable media 

Bigger than a Bread Box but not as Heavy 

60 NEIL JENNEY b. 1945 
76 Jefferson Ave. (18) 
45D-1969 Acrylic on canvas 54x66 

61 JASPER JOHNS b. 1930 
225 E. Houston St. (5) 

Wallpiece Collage and oil on canvas 72 x llOVfe 



62 DONALD KAUFMAN b. 1935 
647 Broadway (14) 

Diaminal Acrylic on canvas 75 x 96 

63 ELLSWORTH KELLY b. 1923 
1 W. 67 St. (24) 

Black Green Oil on canvas 95x68 
Lent by Carter Burden 

64 JOSEPH KOSUTH 
66 Grand St. 

Fifth Investigation (Art as Idea as Idea) Labels 
Dimensions variable 

65 NICHOLAS KRUSHENICK b. 1929 
72 West Lane, Ridgefield, Conn. (31) 
Electric Soup Acrylic on canvas 90V8 x 75 
Lent by Private Collection 

66 RONNIE LANDFIELD b. 1947 
94 Bowery (42) 

Hezekiah Acrylic on canvas 108x108 
Lent by David Whitney 

67 JACOB LAWRENCE b. 1917 
2154 Blake St., Berkeley, Cal. (9) 
Builders No. 2 Gouache 30 x 22 
Lent by Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Ronis 

68 ROY LICHTENSTEIN b. 1923 
190 Bowery (5) 

Modular Painting with Four Panels #2 Magna and 
oil on canvas 4 panels, 96 x 96 
Collection Mr. and Mrs. Leo Castelli 

69 SVEN LUKIN b. 1934 
807 Sixth Ave. (31) 

Piano Lesson Enamel on wood 108 x 70 

70 ALAN D. LYNCH b. 1926 
458 Broome St. 

Homage to Fantin-Latour Oil on canvas 37% x 36V4 



71 JOHN MANDEL b. 1941 

180 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Squat. Icon 5. Portrait of Robert Alexander. 

Religious Painting 11 Oil and acrylic on canvas 

72x72 

72 ROBERT MANGOLD b. 1937 
90 Eldridge St. (15) 
Untitled Acrylic on masonite 

Six units, each 24 x 36 and various dimensions 

73 CONRAD MARCA-RELLI b. 1913 
Box 1367, East Hampton, N.Y. (28) 
L-19-69 Mixed media on canvas 53x84 

74 BRICE MARDEN b. 1938 
26 Bond St. (4) 

Point Oil and wax on canvas 53 x 108 

75 FRED MARTIN b. 1927 

232 Monte Vista, Oakland, Cal. (36) 

Earth Under Heaven Acrylic on canvas 66x78 

76 RICHARD MAYHEW b. 1924 

475 So. Mountain Rd. New City, N.Y. (29) 
North Oil on canvas 52 x 60 

77 DENIS MCCARTHY b. 1935 
147 Spring St. 

Untitled Cotton duck 102 x 102 



78 JAMES McGARRELL b. 1930 

411 E. University, Bloomington, Ind. (17) 
Dancers Oil on canvas 71x61 

79 RICHARD MERKIN b. 1938 
500 West End Ave. (30) 

Brochure: A Romance (for Miss Connie Bates) 
including The Connie Trip, The Violation of 
Categorical Expectancies and Lillian Harvey in 
Hollywood Mixed media 48 x 72 
Lent by Elsa and Roger Sonnabend 



80 RALPH MOSELEY b. 1941 
458 Greenwich St. 

Untitled Acrylic and varnish on canvas 84 x 48 

81 ROBERT MOSKOWITZ b. 1935 
lOOWoosterSt. 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 90 x 75 

82 ROBERT MOTHERWELL b. 1915 
173 E. 94 St. (28) 

Open #101: Big Orange 

Polymer paint on canvas 70y2x94V2 

83 ROBERT NATKIN b. 1930 
924 West End Ave. (33) 

Homage to Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan 

Acrylic on canvas 88V2 x 78V2 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graham 

84 BARNETT NEWMAN b. 1905 
685 West End Ave. (26) 

White Fire IV Acrylic on canvas 132x48 

85 KENNETH NOLAND b. 1924 
South Shaftsbury, Vt. (37) 

Marlite Acrylic emulsion on canvas 85x348 

86 DAVID NOVROS b. 1941 
431 Broome St. (4) 

No Title Acrylic on canvas 48 x 96 

87 DOUG OHLSON b. 1936 
53 W. 28 St. (15) 

Apalon Oil on canvas 90x72 

88 KENZO OKADA b. 1902 
51 W. USt. (32) 

Sa/7 Oil on canvas 86 x 69V2 

89 JULES OLITSKI b. 1922 
223 W. 21St. (37) 

Embrace Acrylic on canvas 117x202 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Noland 



90 ARTHUR L. ORR b. 1938 

203 Cantrell Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 

Flat Memorial Monument, Temporarily Titled 

"Allison" 

Acrylic on canvas 72 x 120 

91 RAY PARKER b. 1922 
101 Prince St. 

Untitled Oil and acrylic on canvas 108x94 

92 DAVID PAUL b. 1943 
523 Broadway 

Untitled Mixed media on vinyl 102 x 48 

93 PHILIP PEARLSTEIN b. 1924 
163 W. 88 St. (17) 

Seated Nude on Green Drape Oil on canvas 60 x 48 

94 WILLIAM PETTET b. 1942 

c/o Robert Elkon Gallery, 1063 Madison Ave. 

(12,43) 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 68 x 127V2 

95 LARRY POONS b. 1937 
295 Church St. (37) 

Dangerous B Acrylic on canvas 97% x 138 
Lent by Richard Weisman 

96 KATHERINE PORTER b. 1941 

1 16 W. Brookline St., Boston, Mass. 
Untitled Acrylic on canvas 73% x 104 

97 RICHARD POUSETTE-DART b. 1916 
286 Haverstraw Rd., Suffern, N.Y. 

Presence, 'RamapoMist' Oil on canvas 90 x 144 

98 DAVID PRENTICE b. 1943 
654 Broadway (38) 

Come Together Acrylic on canvas 6 panels, 96 x 104 

99 HARVEY QUAYTMAN b. 1937 
74 Grand St. (6) 

Rusty Metal powder and aquatec on canvas 
33y 2 x 132 



100 LEO RABKIN b. 1919 
218W. 20 St. 
NoTitle Watercolor 26%x21 



101 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG b. 1925 
381 Lafayette St. (5) 

Portrait of Jack Klein Silkscreen and oil on mirrored 
plexiglas 75 x 75 
Lent by Jack Klein 

102 MURRAY REICH b. 1932 
28 E. Broadway 

Red Annunciation Aquatec on canvas 98x80 

103 GARRY RICH b. 1943 
480 Broome St. 

Potawatomi Acrylic on canvas 92x121% 

104 JAMES ROSENQUIST b. 1933 
328 E. 89 St. (5) 

5 Ups Oil on canvas 66 x 96 

105 RICHARD ROTH b. 1946 
25 E. 4 St. (21) 

Untitled Enamel and gold leaf on glass 72x72 

106 EDWIN RUDA b. 1929 
44 Walker St. (6) 

Tecumseh Acrylic on canvas 74x154 

107 EDWARD RUSCHA b. 1937 

1024% N. Western Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. (23) 
Jar of Olives Falling Oil on canvas 60 x 54 

108 PAUL SARKISIAN b. 1928 

c/o Michael Walls Gallery, San Francisco, Cal. (41) 
Waynesboro, Pa. Acrylic on canvas 116x149 

109 ROY SCHNACKENBERG b. 1934 
2608 N. Magnolia, Chicago, III. 
Lincoln Park Taxi Oil on wood 98 x 48 



110 JON SCHUELER b. 1916 
South Wig Hill, Chester, Conn. 

Snow Cloud and The Scottish Sea Watered or 
22x30 

111 WILLIAM SCHWEDLER b. 1942 
128 E. 7 St. 

Balanced Ball Acrylic and oil on canvas 79Vfe x 66 

112 ALAN SHIELDS b. 1944 
83 Leonard St. (6) 

W.S.A. John Wilkis Tun Canvas, thread and acrylic 
86V4 x 203 x 99 

113 KENNETH SHOWELL b. 1939 
679 Broadway 

Boulder Acrylic on canvas 116x124 
Lent by Professor Hanford Yang 

114 ALAN SIEGEL b. 1938 
970 Lexington Ave. 

Blue Mountain Red Acrylic on canvas 77 x 97 

115 THEODORE SINGER b. 1943 
95 S. Shafer, Athens, Ohio (36) 
Drift IV Acrylic on canvas 66x114 

116 RAPHAEL SOYER b. 1899 
88 Central Park West (16) 

East Village Interior Oil on canvas 60 x 70 

117 LAWRENCE STAFFORD b. 1938 
94 Bowery (34, 42) 

Beauoroe Acrylic on canvas 96x96 

118 ROBERT STANLEY b. 1932 
3 Crosby St. 

Shinnecock II Acrylic on canvas 120x96 

119 THOMAS STEIGERWALD b. 1945 
6536 Torresdale Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Two Shapes Vinyl paint and vinyl 60x42 
Lent by Italo Scanga 



120 LEWIS STEIN b. 1946 
73 Leonard St. (42) 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 78x168 

121 FRANK STELLA b. 1936 
17 Jones St. (5,37) 

Basra Gate 8 Fluorescent acrylic on canvas 
120x240 

122 GARY STEPHAN b. 1942 
76 Jefferson St. 

Cone Acrylic on canvas 96x42 

123 JAMES SULLIVAN b. 1939 
339 E. 93 St. 

Yukon II Acrylic on canvas 102x72 

124 SAM TCHAKALIAN b. 1929 

47 A Duboce Ave., San Francisco, Cal. 
Easy Pink Oil on canvas 96 x 60 
Lent by Gerald Nordland 

125 WAYNE THIEBAUD b. 1920 
Rosebud Farm, Hood, Cal. (39) 
Tie Stand Oil on canvas 72 x 36 

126 GEORGE TOOKER b. 1920 
152 Seventh Ave. (35) 

The Teller Egg tempera 24x16 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. John Clancy 

127 JOHN TORREANO b. 1941 
81 Greene St. 

T.V. Bulge Acrylic on canvas 90 x 120 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Weston J. Naef 

128 CY TWOMBLY b. 1929 

149 Via Monserrato, Rome, Italy (5) 
Untitled Oil and crayon on canvas 68 x 85 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ganz 

129 ROBERT WADE b. 1943 
4107 Mockingbird, Waco, Texas 

Double Hangover Acrylic on canvas 72x42 



130 ANDY WARHOL b. 1925 
1324 Lexington Ave. (5) 

Electric Chair Acrylic, silkscreen, enamel on canvas 
54x73 

131 JOHN WESLEY b. 1928 
511 W. 27 St. (12) 

Wilson's Phalarope Acrylic on canvas 60 x 60 

132 TOM WESSELMANN b. 1931 
54 Bond St. (24) 

Bedroom Painting #10 Oil on canvas 50% x 85V4 

133 JACK WHITTEN b. 1939 
426 Broome St. (39) 
Boschville Oil on canvas 108 x 120 

134 WILLIAM T. WILEY b. 1937 

P.O. Box 654, Woodacre, Cal. (17, 20) 
Painter Baffles and Excess in California 
Watercolor 21x29 

135 WILLIAM WILLIAMS b. 1942 
654 Broadway 

Sweets Crane Acrylic on canvas 110x108 

136 PHILIP WOFFORD b. 1935 
Bennington College, Bennington, Vt. (42) 
Red Antway Sound Blown Away 

Mixed media on canvas 98V2 x 83 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz 



137 PETER YOUNG b. 1943 
94 Bowery (5) 

Number 19 Acrylic on canvas 96x84 

138 JACK YOUNGERMAN b. 1926 
70 Fulton St. (32) 

Star Acrylic on canvas 113x113 

139 MARIO YRISARRY b. 1933 
297 Third Ave. (21) 

Untitled Acrylic on canvas 1 17 x 68 

140 ROBERT ZAKANYCH b. 1935 
18 Warren St. 

Towards Humming Acrylic on canvas 80 x 144 

141 DUANE ZALOUDEK b. 1931 
8927 S.W. 45th Ave., Portland, Ore. 
Two-69 Acrylic on canvas 88x68 

142 KESTUTIS ZAPKUS b. 1938 
137 West Broadway 

Untitled #1-1968 Acrylic on canvas 120x234 

143 LARRY ZOX b. 1936 
238 Park Ave. So. (27) 

Sequoia Acrylic and epoxy on canvas 66 x 180 
Lent by Robert Feldman 



Galleries 



1 Ace, Los Angeles 

2 Grace Borgenicht Gallery 

3 Eugenia Butler, Los Angeles 

4 Bykert Gallery 

5 LeoCastelli Gallery 

6 Paula Cooper 

7 Cordier & Ekstrom, Inc. 

8 TibordeNagy Gallery 

9 Terry Dintenfass, Inc. 

10 Dorsky Gallery 

11 Dwan Gallery 

12 Robert Elkon Gallery 

13 Andre Emmerich Gallery 

14 Richard Feigen Gallery 

15 Fischbach Gallery 

16 Forum Gallery 

17 Allan Frumkin Gallery 

18 Noah Goldowsky Gallery and Richard Bellamy 

19 Graham Gallery 

20 Hansen-Fuller Gallery, San Francisco 

21 0. K. Harris Gallery 

22 J. L. Hudson Art Gallery, Detroit 

23 Alexander lolas Gallery 

24 Sidney Janis Gallery 

25 Jefferson Place, Washington, D.C. 

26 M. Knoedler&Co. 

27 Kornblee Gallery 

28 Marlborough-Gerson Gallery 

29 Midtown Galleries 

30 Obelisk Gallery, Boston 

31 Pace Gallery 

32 Betty Parsons Gallery 

33 Poindexter Gallery 

34 Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany 

35 Rehn Gallery 

36 Royal Marks Gallery 



37 Lawrence Rubin Gallery 

38 Sonnabend Gallery 

39 Allan Stone Gallery 

40 David Stuart Galleries, Los Angeles 

41 Michael Walls Gallery, San Francisco 

42 David Whitney Gallery 

43 Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles 



Collections 



William Acquavella 

Carter Burden 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Castelli 

Mr. and Mrs. John Clancy 

Charles Cowles 

Robert Feldman 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ganz 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Groo 

Mr. and Mrs. William Janss, Beverly Hills, Cal. 

Jack Klein 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Macklowe 

John 0. Merrill, San Francisco, Cal. 

Mr. and Mrs. Weston J. Naef, Providence, R.I. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Noland 

Gerald Nordland, San Francisco, Cal. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Robinson, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Ronis, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Italo Scanga, Glenside, Pa. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz 

Elsaand Roger Sonnabend, Brookline, Mass. 

Frank Stella 

Richard Weisman 

David Whitney 

Professor Hanford Yang 




William Allan Self Improvement 




Edward Avedisian A Gift From A Cactus 




Malcolm Bailey Hold (separate but equal) 




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JackBeal Table #10 




Billy Al Bengston Del Mar Dracula 



Lynda Benglis Bullitt 








Gary Bower 'Night Ralphie 















Frank Bowling Dan Johnson's Surprise 











Chuck Close Richard 




David Budd Anti-Sender 




John Clem Clarke Judgement of Paris 





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Dan Christensen Dolphin Blue 




David Diao Untitled 




Llynn Foulkes Portrait of Leo Gorcey 



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Joe Goode Untitled 




Al Held Eusopus I 











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Jasper Johns Wallpiece 



"While my work is in an area which could be considered the heir to Western painting and sculpture, I do not 
consider it either 'painting' or 'sculpture' but rather an 'art investigation.' There are two reasons for this. 
One is that the word art denotes the general context of my activity, while the word 'painting' and 'sculpture' 
ascribe particular qualities to the materials used within my art investigation in such a way as to 
imply a relationship between my art and earlier art on morphological grounds. Secondly, one of the further 
disadvantages of specific terms such as painting and sculpture is their 'defining' character, and the 
subsequent limitation of the area of consideration. This limiting would seem to me to be contrary to 
the nature of art in our time." 



Joseph Kosuth Fifth Investigation (Art as Idea as Idea) 



Kenneth Noland 



Marlite (detail) 




Roy Lichtenstein Modular Painting with Four Panels #2 



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John Mandel Squat. Icon 5. Portrait of Robert Alexander. Religious Painting 1 1 




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Fred Martin Earth Under Heaven 




James McGarrell Dancers 




Richard Merkin Brochure: A Romance (for Miss Connie Bates) 

including The Connie Trip, The Violation of 
Categorical Expectancies and Lillian Harvey in Hollywood 




KenzoOkada Sail 




Arthur Orr Flat Memorial Monument, Temporarily Titled "Allison' 







Philip Pearlstein Nude on Green Drape 




Richard Pousette-Dart Presence, 'Ramapo Mist' 






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